Yesterday, Liza got us all up to speed on cooking the perfect bird for Thanksgiving. Today, I’m going to help you fill up the rest of the plate with yummy sides.
The South is known as a foodie destination, but for the people who live here, that starts in their very own kitchens! Find recipes for dinner parties, weeknight dinners, and weekend brunches. We even have recipes provided by local chefs and tastemakers, including the best mint julep recipe EVER!
Today, I bring you the only turkey recipe we ever use now, after trying it out in 2004. I’m also including two very easy tablescapes for your Thanksgiving meal.
Erin, from Erin’s Food Files, guests blogs today about a classic dessert with a holiday twist.
In preparation for left over turkey, or just because this dish is so dang good, we present you with turkey hash and a delicious recipe for corn cakes!
This is a traditional take on chili, and it’s oh-so-easy to make. Brown the meat, dump everything in the Crock Pot and wait. Also, make a double-batch and freeze half for a busy night where you can’t find time to cook. Simplicity at its best! Enjoy! Classic Chili Print Prep time 10 mins Cook
In preparation for my favorite holiday, I stumbled across some of the most adorable Halloween treats and wanted to share. Trust me, these are all pretty easy to prepare.
My dream dinner: a chilly night with a roaring fire on the porch, wearing wool sweaters and enjoying a quiet dinner with my husband after the kids have gone to bed… here’s what I would be eating and drinking.
From stove top to table top in under 30 minutes, here’s a recipe for homemade soup that’s sure to please.
I promise you will love this Crock-Pot dinner!
Treat yourself to this delightful, easy to make, chocolate bliss cookie.